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of different ways but which people can connect to 311; a lot of different ways people can access real-time transit data. we want to let the marketplace compete. whether or not we end up with one or two, the thing is that all of them provide exposure to all of the available taxis at once. >> i suppose nothing we are doing here today would preclude us from down the road take it when or if it is more efficient but the idea now is to let the competition figure out the best app. >> that is correct. >> i have two more questions. there has been a lot of questions about why the information that is being mandated to be provided as necessary for a dispatch system. and i guess it may be the best way is to go over this. what information will the color schemes be required to provide of this repository of information and why is that all of that information necessary? i have heard commissioner mcguire and others say, why do so many my name as opposed my badge number but i gather from the comments there's other pieces of information to which folks are protesting and maybe we should take time to make
the requirements for realtime data transmission from dispatch services basically to a virtual hub that will gather all of this information much of what is in here was already approved by the board we're actually adjusting a date from february 28th to i think april 30th so a number of the changes in here are merely date changes but we are requiring submission of realtime data from the dispatch services to the central hub and then an app developer can connect into and would be valuable to the riding public have access to all the taxi cabs in san francisco. it wouldn't preclude them from selecting a taxi company of their choice we understand there's brand loyalty and we don't want to stand in the way of people doing that but we want people to have access to all the taxis in san francisco that are available and in service that's the thrust of the electronic taxi access system changes that we're including here and to the extent that there were many public comments about electronic weigh bills that's something the board had previously approved so that was something that had been approved last year. th
people, plenty of seats available. it should be noted this is based on historical data, not realtime data. it's not like b.a.r.t. has somebody checking turnstile and info rider levels. well, how new is this data? is this from a year ago? they said, no, it's generated every quarter. the data at the oldest would only be about three months old. transit agency launching this -- we're pulling into union city. the transit is launching this because so many people are riding its trains. they are seeing record levels of ridership. they have been seeing these record levels since the fall. it hopes people will use this tool to shift their ride times and perhaps spread out the crowds to trains that are less full. of course, this could be especially beneficial to people who have bicycles, because clearly they need the most room. again, you go on online on your mobile phone or website, desktop at home or work and that icon is there. again, they said generally it is predictive, not in realtime but based on historical information it seems to work, at least for us today. granted this is mid-morning, late
th >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> tragedy in texas. a giant explosion and fire outside a fertilizer plant. the search for victims and answers. >> and a breakthrough in boston. the search for the marathon bomber turns up a face. >> good morning. it is thursday, april 18. i'm anne makovec. michelle griego is off. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 5:00. [ sound of explosion ] >> officials think between five and 15 people are dead from a massive explosion in texas. it was a fertilizer plant. erica ferrari has the very latest. >> reporter: this morning, rescue crews are still pulling people out of the rubble going door to door trying to evacuate people who may still be trapped in area homes and businesses. we know at least 160 are injured. authorities say between 5 to 15 people are presumed dead. the death toll is expected to go up as search teams continue their efforts this morning. a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant rocked the town of west, texas. >> the shock wave was unbelievable. it threw me down. >> reporter: officials say the town loo
-engine that allows them to collaborate in realtime. you talk about spreadsheet hell. most decisions are made through collaborating through spreadsheet and sending that through e-mail. not the most efficient way to collaborate. we provide cloud based platform with technology that basically allows them to collaborate in realtime. if you want to top down, reconcile the issue with buzzwords, think about a strategy. we'll tackle a new product. release a knew market. get real time from tweet sphere we don't reich the new product. how do you react in realtime? you have to provide food back from consumers. you have to provide all the kind of mechanism tossed a adapt through the moving market conditions. melissa: it makes me nervous to put my proprietary information in a cloud and have it managed somewhere else not by my own company. how do you solve that problem? >> we get that question quite often. the reality, the initial push back is, look, how you're managing security today? if most of your confidential information is going through e-mails, you know, and spreadsheets that is not really secure. nothing s
the gap in arcade villages. -- in our capabilities. one of them is real-time information sharing, machine to machine, that enables us to look at vast quantities of data, aggregated, correlated, and enable us to make decisions, predictive decisions about threats and incoming attacks. in a real-time way that human to human sharing, as useful as that is in trust-based relationships, that human sharing cannot do. so we are also driving a fairly aggressive r&d agenda working with government and treasury departments and other federal agencies, the academic community, to improve our collective knowledge. >> how dependent is the electric industry on network computers and other things that may be vulnerable to cyber attacks? >> we are very dependent, obviously. every other industry is dependent on the electric system, so banks or air traffic controllers or whatever all depend on electricity. so we are putting a tremendous focus on what we need to do on cybersecurity. we are the only industry right now with mandatory standards. five years ago we set up a system with our self-regulating organization
capabilities in one of those is real-time information sharing machine to machine that enables us to look at vast quantities of data aggregate it, correlate it and enable us to make decisions prediction decisions about threats and incoming attacks. in a real-time way sharing as useful as that is in trust-based relationships the human sharing cannot do. we are also at driving a aggressive r&d agenda and working with the government treasury department and other federal agencies, the academic community to improve our collective knowledge. >> host: tom kuhn how dependent is the electric industry on network computers and other things that make us vulnerable to cyberattacks? >> guest: every other industry is on the electric system so it is incredibly -- banks are air traffic controllers use electricity system so we have a tremendous focus on what we need to do with cybersecurity. we are the only industry right now with mandatory standards. five years ago we set up a system with our self-regulating system we have called mark which would respond to the blackouts. they are standards with our regul
from an all-time high in september of $705 to close at $402 yesterday. >>> 4:52. coming up, realtime validation. why one bay area city wants to start counting cyclists. >> and the san francisco waterfront lit up to celebrate a new tenant. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> we have a pollen count today which favors mulberry, oak and grass. watch out. >> and we're still watching this breaking news in downtown san francisco. a lot of police on scene investigating something suspicious. we know the bomb squad is out there and they're telling people to avoid the intersection near 3rd and market. muni and bart may be impacted. much more coming up. >>> commuting in san francisco is about to get a little easier if you traveling by bicycle. the city is going to install its first realtime bike barometer on market street. the digital display counts the number of people in the bike lane at any given time. bike riding is up 71% in the last five years and on market street alone, it's increased 98%. >> we want people to be able to get around more affordably in a more healthy greenway. and biking is the number o
headquarters. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon, mark zuckerberg has made facebook a realtime experience which begins the minute you turn on your phone, facebook is no longer an app, it is the home page you go to whenever you pick up your phone and he says connecting to those around you is easier than ever because you no longer have to go to an app to make that connection. >> welcome to facebook home, a whole new experience for your phone. >> zuckerberg unveiled this new commercial. the ceo says the new live cover feed comes to live when your turn on your android phone. scroll through updates with photos that take up the entire face of the phone. >> why do we need to go into those autopsy in the first place in order to see what is going on with the people we care about? because today our phones are designed around apps and not people. >> so we want to flip that around. we want to bring all this -- >> a facebook has created chat heads the easy to move heads are faces of friends you texts, users don't have to read articles or games or respond to them, this comes with a p artners
the evidence to improve the studies. they work in realtime and things like that. and a side note this it has been scheduled to take place in the san francisco conference next week. the par professional teacher p lcs are also an exciting promise. based on the feedback and the kind of bp did is most professional. it includes classroom teachers. and the survey results as well as mathematics adopted physical education includes the practice and staff wellness. those teems were given time to plan and implement their you learning. and 60 par professionals participated in the p lc and next year that's going to be expanded. so i was very encouraged to hear about the efforts on a shoe string budget no less. so. our last program component is around the infrastructure believe for the district to date oar a little over $15 million has been extended and we're very excited about the components that has been able to grow the school loop and uncombraitd the nutrition system and the new ask the information go system. particle for the school loop it's been a tool to help students stay connected. at this time f
afternoon, mark zuckerberg has made facebook a realtime experience which begins the minute you turn on your phone, facebook is no longer an app, it is the home page you go to whenever you pick up your phone and he says connecting to those around you is easier than ever because you no longer have to go to an app to make that connection. >> welcome to facebook home, a whole new experience for your phone. >> zuckerberg unveiled this new commercial. the ceo says the new live cover feed comes to live when your turn on your android phone. scroll through updates with photos that take up the entire face of the phone. >> why do we need to go into those autopsy in the first place in order to see what is going on with the people we care about? because today our phones are designed around apps and not people. >> so we want to flip that around. we want to bring all this -- >> a facebook has created chat heads the easy to move heads are faces of friends you texts, users don't have to read articles or games or respond to them, this comes with a p artnership whic
the attack to the realtime decisionmaking of the president and secretary clinton and the defense department on the night of september 11th it reads in part america has held to the notion of american is left behind in every effort will be made to respond when personnel are threatened. we are concerned this sends a negative message to future military and diplomatic personne the mother of john smith to works at the state department and was killed at the consulate backs the special committee because the families are still in the dark. >> when they were supposedly watching this in realtime my son is dead but then see -- hours later this heels got him. why is the government doing that? >> one republican aide said the committees are investigaaing benghazi they will hold the white house and administration accountable. speaker and a select committee would require a new budget of its own. lou: kathryn, thank you very much for our chief intelligence correspondent. turning to the murder investigation with the texas district attorney and his wife and an assistant to months ago both the aryan brotherhood
not the biggest with the billion dollar business fee of their peace you mention analytics and real-time insights our customers want to connect with their customers. you cannot connect ms you can respond to make realtime offers and make it easy to do business with our customers for their customers. we have the world's fastest in memory computing database called canada -- hannah. liz: you have 232,000 customers that one is the u.s. government government, sequestration. they are cutting back? how is that going to affect you and be specific. >> glad the. not a lot of decisions are being made. so others are being cut back and decisions have slowed in general. that is not a major with u.s. public sector but in a lot of public-sector businesses including china and so on but how we will be affected remains to be seen. i am sure everybody will be but our software can help the government. llz: does the government act on that to write the check? government has to run like the best run business to innovate and care for the citizens to make the friction points go away and make it easy to do business with. yo
the misfortune of watching those developments that i just recited play out in realtime today, you may well have just lost the thread entirely on the day's events, because this, this is what it looked like in realtime. >> this is cnn breaking news. >> an arrest has been made, both federal source and my boston source say an arrest has been made. >> federal law enforcement source tells me that an arrest has been made. >> federal source tells her an arrest has been made. >> a suspect is about to be arrested. the suspect is to be taken into custody by federal marshals and taken to a courthouse. that tells us a lot, that tells us they've got him. >> one arrest, this vague description of brown skin, whether foreign or domestic. >> and now it is being told to fox news -- to a fox news reporter, indeed, an arrest has been made. >> according to the a.p., the suspect has been taken by u.s. marshals to a federal courthouse. >> we are being told by our foxnews.com reporter that an arrest has been made. >> take a half a step back, this has accelerated incredibly quickly. >> some are reporting an arrest has b
based ravel control regime in which real-time decisions are made -- to go you want tag somewhere as to whether the government will let you on the identity and does iier linked to that. place the s in government makes the final step of flicking the default from yes so that rather than presumptive right to travel which can be interfered with of judicial asis action, the presumption is obody is allowed to travel unless they have received affirmative government prior permission. dossi since ernment insistence 9/11 that everything about airports is different and not subject to the usual rules makes it more difficult than it should be to put things in perspective. a good frame of reference for comparison for travel surveillance is the surveillance on of s again communications. n.s.a. warrantless wiretapping. they have in common that they movementless. andne ki case m.s of messages the other of your physical person. on rt involve burdens industry and in the kicase of t talking about more mandated llion of modifications of i.t. systems to perform being the performing these. they are susp
super market online. so people at headcourters with monitor the boat in realtime. when they're about to run out, they can instruct the super market to dock at a port. a truck is sent there to restock the necessary items. the cost of few and other factors require them to raise prices. but it allows the floating super market to sell goods at the same prices as land-based stores. >>> shoppers can even buy items like this. that used to be difficult to get. >> i ordered a washington machine, and had the floating super market deliver it to my door. >> the super market will deliver large household alliances without charging a transportation fee. this customer is very happy. she no longer has to do the laundry by hand. >> translator: thanks to the floating super market, i can buy what i want. i don't want to return to the old way of life. >>> in many ways, the old lifestyle still as a firm grip on people. backup slowly, modern services are influencing a new way of life. >>> nice weather throughout japan, rachel ferguson is here with the forecast. >> hi there, a glorious day in tokyo, but thi
captured the sound. those are the real-time sounds of gun shots that mowed down two young people. 19-year-old, mercedes williams. >> these children, i believe they were innocent. they don't bother anybody. >> at this point, it does not appear these two victims were involved in any criminal activity. >> it was just family members and friends standing outside the house talking. while police say the victims were innocent, the killings are gang related. >> this is the type of activity where we see people in certain areas going into other areas and targeting people just because they live in the area. >> police are seeing younger and younger shooters. >> juveniles are more wild. we are seeing a brazen-type shootings and attacks involving juveniles. >> death is permanent. i think somebody should get somes. get these kids busy. >> they saw a recent plunge that engage young people. >> we used the cease fire program, which we contacted the people we know that has been involved in gang activity. offered them different routes to change their lives. different paths. >> but a recent surgeon s
and his team would be we have became to talk about the curriculum in realtime and even challenging that curriculum to is an i this is great but what you really need is this. so he's going to be attending a workshop round table on may 2nd at city college to talk about some of the squirrel -- skill sets that he requires and then i should note that what is cool about the the tech industries we have people with the most elite degrees that you can imagine an you are looking for a dynamic culture, you want as much diversity as possible in your work force because your user base is diverse and you feel like the more opinions and perspectives we can have in our work force, a better product it can bench -- we are enforcing a program. we will participating on panels when bay vac has opportunities and sending people from our company, may believe engineers. whatever seems to be the best fit for the topic to give feedback and we would like to hire at least two interns this year and i think that's pretty much it. i can keep -- >> we have a couple questions for you. >> thank you. my question is,
that will be assigned this particular realtime is from energy that's already been purchased under contract by pg and e. there are provision for pg and e for these resources. so they are browning this product instead of a green product. they are looking for a settlement. there is another proceeding. pg and e filed an advice letter which is required by the state law and puc's rule with regard to the code of conduct for marketing against pca's. the utilities were required by march 31st to state whether they would market against cca's or alternatively to create an independent marketing organization. the two other large utilities in the state sce and tempra decided not to set up independent lobbying organizations or marketing organizations. pg and e states that it is retaining it's right to create one. it does not state that it will create one or that it plans not to create one. so, this is not consistent with state law and the san francisco puc will be filing a protest and asking the commission to direct pg and e to make-up it's mind. >> a poisoned -- point of clarification, we filed that. >> and when do
in 1995. a lot has changed since then. today you can get real-time information on world events from something small enough to fit in the palm of your hands. back in '95, we called that george stephanopoulos. i can't see if george is here because there is a crouton in the way. it's amazing to think how much our country has changed in 18 years. think about it. if in 1995 you told me that in 2013 we would have an african-american president with a middle name hussein who was just re-elected to a second term in a sluggish economy, i would have said, oh, he must have run against mitt romney. by the way, no offense, mr. president. i do congratulate you on your victory, but as a late-night comedian. i was kind pulling for the rich guy whose horse danced in the olympics. the demographics of this country have been rapidly changing over the last two decades and i look forward to hosting this event 18 years from now. then my opening line will be -- but my prior experience has taught me how these dinners work. if the president laughs, everyone laughs. and if the fox news table laughs, a little
for them. nurses to talk to for you. visit exelonpatchoffer.com. ♪ ♪ >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> good morning, it is 7:26. i'm elizabeth wenger. 12-year-old aaron hern from martinez is due to have more surgery in boston. he was hurt in monday's bombing. his mother says aaron has communicated that he is comfortable and okay. >>> a san mateo man saved his family from a house fire. he found his car burning this morning with the flames then spreading to the home. he got his wife and seven children safely out of the house. >>> no new bars will be allowed to open along a stretch of polk street in san francisco. supervisors approved the ban on a unanimous vote. they might expand the boon all of polk street. we'll bush they might expand the ban to you will after polk street. we'll have your traffic and weather coming up in just a moment. >>> good morning. liza battalones here. it's been a rough morning at the bay bridge toll plaza. still delayed for that westbound commute from the foot of the maze with those metering lights on st
combos. more life happens here. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> it's 7:26. an alameda county sheriff's patrol car struck and killed a pedestrian on mission boulevard just north of hayward this morning. a woman who was also hit has minor injuries. the accident happened about 4:30 this morning. >>> 11-year-old aaron hern from martinez could get out of intensive care today. first lady michelle obama visited him in a boston hospital yesterday. it's not clear when he will return home. >>> san francisco police chief greg suhr holds a town hall meeting had afternoon about a fatal officer-involved shooting in the potrero hill area. the meeting is at 5:00 at downtown high school. >>> traffic and weather in just a moment. ,, the humble back seat. we believe it can be the most valuable real estate on earth. ♪ th wdesigned our newest subaru fr the back seat forward. introducing the all-new, completely restyled subaru forester. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. >>> good morning. we're continuing to watch this developing news out of hayward. mission boulevar
>> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> good afternoon, everybody. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. a lot of questions for that surviving suspect in the boston marathon bombings. did the brothers act alone? are they part of a terrorist network? and we're now hearing from the mother of the two men who cbs reporter randall pinkston says is speaking in their defense. >> reporter: several streets around the boston marathon bombings site are re-op residents and businesses today's. sources tell cbs news 19-year- old marathon bombing suspect johar tsarnaev is telling investigators his older brother's radical views drove the attacks and that they were not connected to a terrorist organization. due to a gunshot injury to his throat he is only able to speak one word at a time and has been communicating with interrogators mostly in writing. in a new interview from russia today, the suspect's mother says her sons would never be involved in a terror attack. >> what happened is a terrible thing. but i know that my kids have nothing to do with this. >>
i'm frank mallicoat. i'm anne makovec. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> gavin, i'mi'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm anne makovec. michelle griego is off. we are following developing news in texas. >> there is a significant area around the fertilizer plant that has been destroyed. homes have been destroyed and flattened. part of that community is gone. >> last night was truly a nightmare scenario for that community. [ explosion ] >> a town devastated, search- and-rescue continues in west, texas, after a fertilizer plant last night leveling homes and businesses in every direction. as many as 15 people are feared dead. more than 160 others have been injured. cbs reporter juan fernandez has the latest on the explosion and now the efforts to find survivors. >> reporter: a fire at a texas fertilizer plant that turned into a deadly explosion is still smoldering the morning after. but authorities say it's under control. >> y'all need to get out. >> reporter: search crews are going door to door for survivors. the blast shook the ground with the force of an earthquake destroyi
mich >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> hi, everyone. good afternoon. i'm frank mallicoat. >> and i'm elizabeth wenger. michelle griego is off. >>> we begin with some breaking news. there is a possible breakthrough in the investigation into the boston marathon bombing. >> cbs news has learned that a possible suspect or person of interest may have been identified. cbs reporter randall pinkston is live in boston. he has the very latest on the investigation and a possible suspect. randall. >> reporter: cbs news has learned that investigators have identified a suspect who may have been behind the bombings tow boston marathon. his face was caught on surveillance video. cbs news confirms a possible suspect has been identified in the boston marathon bombing case. a law enforcement force says the young man was identified at the surveillance video at the second blast seen on a cell phone at the same time the first bomb exploded. sources say investigators zeroed in on the suspect after checking cell phone records in the area at that exact time. fbi photos from the boston m
and takes another one out. bikes are mangled, they are mangled. watch it again in realtime. sounds like his helmet hits it pavement. that must have hurt big time. people are coming over and tending to these guys. one cyclist is really down. the motorcyclist is standing. >> nothing is bleeding terribly. >> they are conscious. you can hear someone calling 911 >> you can see his arms bleeding but he's okay. all three walked away from this thing. the highway patrol and ambulance showed up to the scene. we have this from a different angle from somebody who was following the motorcycle. he passes otherts tough know others were out there. you can see his head turn to the left as he's looking through the turn. then you see his head slightly look at the bike. as soon as he looks at the cyclist, it's exactly where he's going to go. you go where your head goes. >>> this is a video that wa-+ shot in a dance class in beijing china. there are images that are very difficult to watch. >> oh! >> you are watching a dance teacher, what looks like physically punish students for not performing up to their abili
watching in realtime? >> it was interesting. we couldn't see it in realtime, but we saw the next game. we thought the guys collided on the court to be honest with you. we saw them land in the lane, but i want to give a shout out to cbs. i thought they did a fantastic job not showing it. i think we showed it twice and you really couldn't tell, but i have to take my hat off to cbs. nobody wants to see that. i am watching you guys on television and to see their looks on the players's faces on the bench, the first time i had seen the players's reaction on the bench. nobody needs to see that. >> two questions for you, sanjay. it's obviously a young man. he's 20. a lot of his bones have not fully formed even at 20. they play very, very full on, these young college athletes. is there too much pressure on them? someone pointed out that the court itself was raised slightly higher than where the bench was sitting. could that have affected kevin ware's jumping decision making? should they think about that? >> it's a great question. i think if you had to put into priority the factors that may have ca
to the realtime decision-making of president obama, secretary clinton and the defense department on the night of september 11th. the letter reads in part, quote: america has always held to the notion that no american will be left behind and every effort will be made to respond when u.s. personnel are threatened. given our background, we are concerned that this sent a very negative message to future military and diplomatic personnel. the mother of it specialist sean smith who worked for the state department and killed at the consulate back special committee because she says the families are still in the dark. >> why is my son dead when they were supposedly watching all of this in realtime? my son is dead. then ours later the seelsz got it. i don't understand why the government is doing that to its people. >> in spawbs to the letter, a senior house republican aid said, quote: our committees are investigating benghazi and they will hold the white house and the administration accountability for its actions. speaker boehner has not publicly back add select committee setting a joint report from t
colorado comments@captioncolorado.com >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> we believe this to be a of the interest a man come here to kill people -- we believe this to be a terrorist, a man come here to kill people. >> breaking news in boston. police say one suspect licked to the boston marathon bombings is dead, another on the loose. >>> some breaking news this morning out of the bay state of massachusetts. >> one of the suspects in the boston marathon bombings is dead, the other still on the run this morning. and the suspects are brothers from an area of russia near chechnya. this morning, the suburb of watertown is shut down as police go door to door trying to find the surviving suspect. cbs reporter susan mcginnis has been following the overnight developments in the boston area. that suspect was killed early this morning in a shootout with police. here's susan mcginnis with more. >>> reporter: explosions and gunshots pierced the early- morning hours as police closed ine su othects if the boston marathon bombings. officers are going door to looking for one of the me
>> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald [ explosion ] >>> a fiery explosion rocking a small texas town. the death toll and devastation at a fertilizer plant. >> reporter: today the city of san francisco is marking the anniversary of the 1906 earthquake that devastated the city. i'm in the mission district. i'll tell you what's happening here. >> and the heat is on in the bay area. temperatures nudge 80 degrees today and only go up from there. we'll have the details in a few minutes. >> and traffic is just a mess right now on westbound 580 from livermore all the way into pleasanton. got a big rig accident and traffic alert in effect. i'll tell you some good alternates coming up. >> good morning. it is thursday, april 18. it's a busy morning. good to have you with us. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm anne makovec. michelle griego is off. >>> we are starting this morning with breaking news from texas. [ explosion ] >> i can't hear, i can't hear! get out of here! >> a massive explosion has killed up to 15 people. this number is expected to rise. more than 100 people are inju
'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald there you go. bad bolts threatening to delay the opening of the new bay bridge and now an engineer warns they could snap once again. >> fog and low clouds rolling back onshore. cooler temperatures ahead. but by how much? we'll talk about that coming up. >>> we have an unusual early- morning backup right now through the altamont pass in livermore. is mass transit a better option? we'll let you know coming up. >>> good morning, everyone. it's wednesday, april 24. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. almost 5:30 now on your wednesday. caltrans is expected to talk today about those bad bolts on the new bay bridge span. >> the bolts started snapping last month, as kpix 5 reporter anne makovec reports, experts warn more are in jeopardy of failing not good to hear, anne. >> reporter: no. it's been several weeks and they have no plan on how to fix the significant problem on new span of the bay bridge. now, more experts are weighing in say
. others think the warrant requirement ought to apply for real-time but not stored .ocation information from our perspective, the standard ought to be a warrant, no matter how the information was generated, by sell tower or of, and a warrant regardless if it was accessed in real time or from storage. thank you. thanks, greg. i want to turn next to david lieber, privacy policy council for google. i want to ask you to elaborate further on the principle calling for a warrant for content in terms of what that means and how it would change existing law. >> sure, thank you. and i do want to thank the constitution project for sponsoring the even today. i cannot speak for the other panelists, but i am particularly grateful for the 25-foot commute over here. it was awesome. the ddt members and google certainly believe there should be a bright line, warrant for of the agerespective of the communications, the means our status of their storage, and access used by the developer in the normal course of business. as many of you probably know and what greg was alluding to, under current law, ecpa makes
react in real-time. plus, my local scottrade office is there to help. because they know i don't trade like everybody. i trade like me. i'm with scottrade. (announcer) scottrade. voted "best investment services company." >> president obama is leaving the white house shortly to make a new push for gun control in connecticut. well, today's push will be in connecticut, pushing for legislation on the federal level and that legislation is running into new trouble on capitol hill. president obama will deliver a speech tonight at the university of hartford, just 50 miles from sandy hook elementary where lone gunman murdered 20 small children and 6 educators in december. one of his victims little james mattioli who would have turned 7 years old last month and today his father joins us live to talk about why he believes what we need in this country is not another gun control law, and what he does believe is the answer for us going forward. we are honored to have mark mattioli with us in our next hour. please stay tuned for that. well, mega church pastor rick warren finding himself under attack
is right for your fibromyalgia pain. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> hi, everyone. good morning. 7:26. i'm frank mallicoat. get you updated on some bay area headlines now. today of course is earth day and the first day of a ban on plastic bags at most stores in san mateo county. shoppers will be offered paper bags but you have to pay 10 cents apiece. >>> if you are flying today you might run into some delays blamed on federal budget cuts. cuts mean furloughs for traffic controllers in some cities resulting in flight delays across the country. >> and atherton is sending a big bill to the white house and the secret service. the city on the peninsula wants to be paid back the $8,000 it costs for security when president obama made a fundraising visit earlier this month. >>> traffic and some weather i think you're going to like all coming your way right after the break. >>> at the bay bridge toll plaza there is a smaller fender- bender it sounds like blocking one lane approaching the pay gates. and it was already stacked up through
, but the fact that we have created a real-time day in day out mode of communication between and among our strategic forces. we have exchanged over this point over 4000 notifications. every time we move one of our bombers for greater than a 24 hour period, we have to notify. anytime the russians take an icbm out of a silo and senate to a maintenance facility, they have to notify. so as a result we have not let the database that gets exchange every six months but we have a living picture, a day in day out real-time picture of what is going on in our strategic forces. and that's at the heart of it is what arms control is all about, to have that mutual predictability, that mutual confidence that leads to an enhanced stability relationship. so i do feel we've made enormous progress on new start alone in the last four years, but in addition to that i would say that we need to take a good look at the action plan for the npt review conference. and i can say there, too, we have made significant progress. have we done everything we wanted to do? no, but next week i'm heading off to geneva to take p
monitor all of this stuff in realtime. >> they can't. and from what they monitor on a daily basis, minute-by-minute basis, from known suspects around the world, they had zero indication from this event. now you go back based on what happened and what you do know, you check cell phone towers and those international conversations and run your traffic through suspicious groups around the world. just speaking to the boston law enforcement source, a federal source earlier today, and a sense of is it domestic? is it international, the answer i got from both is we don't know. to drew's point, that type of a device, al qaeda has used, taliban has used. you see them in pakistan. however, they have nothing to trace to any international group or individual and they shrug and say sadly in today's age, it's very rare, but if you want to learn how to do this, unfortunately, you can on the internet. >> we'll have more on the investigation throughout this hour. i want to go next to gary tuchman at a vigil wrapping up in the dorchester neighborhood. gary, tell us about what you've seen. >> the candle ligh
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